Many persons are wondering what exactly is in store for the Sony PlayStation 5 and when it is expected to be release. Some well known individuals said PlayStation 5 should be expected next year 2019. While there are others who are saying PS5 is expected to be release in the next two or three years.
Moreover, according to Sony Interactive CEO John Kodera, he said to the Wall Street Journal that the PS5 would not be releasing until at least 2021. But other analysts said it could possibly be as soon as Christmas 2019 – earlier than the Xbox two.
We can also confirm from the words of Sony president Kenichiro Yoshida that the company is working on a next-generation console. But no official date for its release has been announced yet by Sony.
Since Sony has not yet announced any specific or official date for the release of PS5, Some analysts are predicting the PlayStation 5 release date could be around 2020 or 2021, and while others say 2019.
For example, Michael Pachter spoke to GamingBolt that though he thinks the PS5 will be a half-step and will be backwards-compatible with the PS4 Pro, he doesn’t think we’ll see it until “2019 or 2020 but probably 2019”.
And Sony’s John Kodera stated: “We will use the next three years to prepare the next step, to crouch down so that we can jump higher in the future.” Not long after this, Sony’s new CEO, Kenichiro Yoshida, released a three-year business plan for the company which predicted the company’s profits would dip in the run up to 2021.
So, what does the future hold for PlayStation 5? Well, we’ll advice you mark your calendars for 2019, 2020 and 2021 while we still waiting for Sony’s official release date announcement.